FINDING PLACE exhibition
Scott Building, Faculty of Arts, University of Plymouth 3rd to 26th February 2010
An exhibition of recent work by research students in the Faculty of Arts at University of Plymouth. Photography, film, text, time-based media, installation, and performance by Emanuel Bras, Lu La Buzz, Sarah Chapman, Nikki Curtis, Jason Hirons, Kate Isherwood, Karol Kwiatek, Jess Maslen, Kayla Parker, and Laurie Reynolds. The exhibition Finding Place is located in the ground floor foyer gallery, and the second floor corridor and lift gallery of the Scott Building, Faculty of Arts, University of Plymouth, Drake Circus, Plymouth PL4 8AA.
Finding Place exhibition is supported by Land/Water and the Visual Arts research group and Plymouth University.
Framing Time and Place conference, University of Plymouth, 15-17 April 2009.
To view the conference programme please visit http://www.plymouth.ac.uk/pages/view.asp?page=36796
Trace and Transience exhibition at Triangle Gallery, Chelsea College of Art and Design, London from 5 to 16 May 2009 includes photography, video and painting from Land/Water and the Visual Arts; a reciprocal research collaboration between University of the Arts London and the University of Plymouth. The exhibition at Chelsea follows Between Land and Sea held at Peninsula Arts Gallery, University of Plymouth, 2008.
Originally commissioned by The Centre for Contemporary Art and the Natural World, Trace and Transience brings together work by ten artists who variously trace aspects of the rural environment, exploring everyday change and flux. Whilst imagery is characterised by individual concerns and the visual style of each artist, pre-occupation with the transience of nature and our relationship to it lends coherence and invites us to consider artistic method and aesthetics as well as reflecting upon the phenomenological.
Artists featured: Caroline Burke, Christopher Cook, Susan Derges, Andy Klunder, Heidi Morstang, Liz Nicol, Kayla Parker, Jem Southam, Steve Thorpe and Stephen Vaughan.